About Main Campus
Butte College is located an hour and ten minutes north of Sacramento, nestled in the Sierra Nevada foothills. The Main Campus is a designated wildlife refuge, and rests on 928 acres - making it one of the largest community college campuses in California.
About Chico Center
The Chico Center is a state-of-the-art building that offers day, evening and distance courses for the community. Classes are offered in speech, English, music, political science, history, philosophy, geography, business, computers, accounting, foreign languages and more. The Chico Center also offers a broad range of student services, including admissions, registration, counseling, financial aid, a bookstore, and a cafe.
About Glenn Center
The Glenn County Center is Butte College's base of operations for the Glenn County area, which includes the communities of Orland, Willows, and Hamilton City. A variety of course offerings are available in Glenn County, including an extensive list of General Education/Transfer Classes.
The mission of Butte College is to create a student-centered, community-based learning environment which empowers students to become productive, literate, and responsible members of a diverse society.
Diversity/Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
It is the policy of Butte College to provide all persons with equal employment and educational opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.
Academic Polices and Procedures
Students of Butte College are afforded certain rights and privileges, in addition to the freedom to learn. However, these privileges carry with them an obligation to respect the rights and privileges of others, as well as an obligation to abide by rules and regulations set by the College.